Office Locations and Contacts

Boston, MA

Two Financial Center
60 South Street
Boston, MA 02111


Campus Recruiting

What Sets Us Apart

The Boston office of KPMG has served Massachusetts and the greater New England community since 1910. Located in the heart of the downtown financial district, the office is just one block from local and commuter transportation, four blocks from Faneuil Hall Marketplace, and one mile from Boston's Back Bay and Beacon Hill. The office provides professional services to Fortune 500 multinational corporations, promising new start-up companies, and clients in all of KPMG's industry lines of business — financial services, information and communication, health care and education, industrial and consumer markets. This diversity enables Boston personnel to gain a wide range of experience throughout their careers with KPMG. The Boston office also supports a significant number of staff participating in international rotations and projects.

Boston currently employs more than 450 partners, Client Service professionals and Client Service support professionals.

In addition, KPMG in Boston believes in fostering a healthy work/life balance for all our employees. The Social Committee was created to preserve and promote the well-being of KPMG in Boston employees through meaningful social and cultural events, community involvement, health education, and organized team sports. Our very active social committee is yet another reason why KPMG's Boston office is a great place to start your career.

A City of Surprises

Boston is a city rich in historical tradition as well as being a leader in innovation and technology. The capital of Massachusetts, Boston is affectionately known as "The Hub" and "Beantown." The area offers a variety of cultural and entertainment activities with extensive recreational opportunities nearby. For the mountain lover, Boston is only an hour south of great hiking, rock climbing and skiing in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. If the beach is your scene, travel south to the beautiful shores of Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. You can also find endless opportunities without ever leaving the city. Head to Fenway Park for a Red Sox game or take in an exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts. Whether you're in Beacon Hill, the Back Bay, Cambridge, Charlestown or the North End, Boston neighborhoods offer diversity, personality and community. In addition, Boston is home to some of the world's top colleges and universities, and therefore has a very large student population. It's no wonder that there's always something going on!


Performing Arts

  • American Repertory Theatre
  • Boston Ballet Company
  • Boston Pops
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra
  • FleetBoston Pavilion
  • New England Conservatory
  • Opera Company of Boston
  • Symphony Hall
  • Tanglewood
  • Tweeter Center
  • Wang Center for the Performing Arts


  • Harvard University Art Museums
  • Institute of Contemporary Art
  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
  • John F. Kennedy Library and Museum
  • Museum of AfroAmerican History
  • Museum of Fine Arts
  • Museum of Science
  • Salem Witch Museum
  • Sports Museum of New England
  • United States Naval and Shipbuilding Museum
  • U.S.S. Constitution Museum


  • Boston Breakers (WUSA)
  • Boston Bruins (NHL)
  • Boston Celtics (NBA)
  • Boston Red Sox (MLB) — 2004 World Series
  • New England Patriots (NFL) — Superbowl XXXVI Champions
  • New England Revolution (MLS)
  • Local college and university athletics

Events/Just Plain Fun

  • Bean Pot Tournament
  • Boston Globe Jazz Festival
  • Boston Marathon
  • Chowderfest
  • 4th of July fireworks with the Boston Pops

  • Harborfest
  • Head of the Charles Regatta
  • New England Aquarium
  • Scooper Bowl/Boston Dairy Festival
  • Six Flags New England


Boston offers a limitless number of options for evening and nighttime fun. There is always live music. Whether you're in the mood for reggae, funk, rock, Latin rhythms, Celtic, ska, classical, blues or anything else, there's a concert waiting for you.

Boston's Theater District is the perfect place to see the latest Broadway and Off-Broadway musicals, as well as long-running favorites. With some of the oldest theaters in the country, the Theater District is a sight to see in itself. If you're looking for a little more variety, Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market are a mecca for young professionals and are home to some of Boston's most famous restaurants and bars. Be sure to see the city from the water on a harbor cruise or a walk along the Charles River. There is never a dull moment in Boston!